Edward Doyle is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Austin, Texas. During his childhood in Marietta, Georgia, Doyle experimented with various instruments and developed his enthusiasm for music. A classically-trained pianist and vocalist, Doyle took the initiative to teach himself both the guitar and the drums. His wide range of musical talents is matched by an ongoing desire to learn and develop new sounds.
In 2017, Doyle began to write and record music. He recorded his first original song Sometimes in 2018, influenced and encouraged by college friend and artist, Julia Knepper. Doyle has since recorded multiple other projects.
His first independent album, On My Own, arrived in February, 2020. The well-received album was hailed as “one of the best albums of 2020” by influential music blog Ear To The Ground only a week after its release. Living up to its name, On My Own was produced after two years of writing, recording, re-writing, and re-recording in Doyle’s Tampa bedroom DIY studio.
Within a month of his first album’s release, Doyle was offered a record deal with Plaid Dog Records of Boston, Massachusetts for his sophomore album. He is set to start work on recording in the near future.
Edward's sound has been compared to artists such as John Mayer, Rayland Baxter, Mac DeMarco, and James Taylor. Other influences include Paul Simon and Dylan LeBlanc.
Doyle’s passion for creating music sprung from his loves of listening and performing. Desiring to share his music with the world from a larger stage, Doyle pursues his vision with determination and a deep sense of gratefulness to his fans.
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